Quite simply, football card values are best understood by seeing what the price is if you were to buy the cards right now. A great way to do that is by joining Ebay if you are not already a member, and checking the completed auction listings. All you have to do is type in a card, box, set or other type of product and search for completed listings. By doing that, you will immediately see what the item last sold for and on what day it sold for that. That is a better indication of current market value than any other pricing system can give you in my opinion.
On to the exciting forthcoming 2008 football season. (Please keep in mind that this article was written in 2008, and we currently are entering the 2010 NFL football season here as it is August 31, 2010 today) The new products are out and the rookies are abound. This is the time to start stocking up on the players you believe have a chance to do well and win the rookie of the year. Topps, Playoff, Upper Deck and many other companies have come out with and will be coming out with their new products. On this page, there are some links to current items for sale. Please use this page as your source for finding the best listings of cards at the best prices, this site makes sure to value you and make sure that you get the best deal possible. After all, what fun is buying cards if you pay more than you have to.
Football cards have been around for quite some time and are quite valuable. The vintage years are very valuable and of course, the better condition the cards are in the more they are worth. Recently, card companies have been manufacturing exquisite products such as Upper Deck Exquisite basketball, Ultimate Collection football and many other high end products. These have autographed cards of football superstars and rookies such as Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Steve McNair, Kyle Boller and so many others.
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Unopened football packs and wax boxes are great products and are very fun to open. An unopened box can contain many great players. Here is a listing of boxes for sale right now, get a good deal on one. If you are not a member of Ebay, simply join for free and start getting great deals on cards. I have been a member of Ebay for years and I certainly recommend it http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/football_box
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I have collected football cards for many years, here are some pictures of my collection. Below the pictures are some more great trading card products. Also, there is a current listing of football rookie cards for your shopping pleasure listed below at great prices.
1989 Score Football 1989 Topps Baseball 1982 Topps Baseball 1983 Topps Baseball 1983 Star Company
Star Company Bagged Set 1986-87 Fleer 1993 Bowman 1992 Bowman 1985 Donruss
1981 Topps Baseball 1988 Topps Baseball 1980 Topps 1987 Topps 1985 Topps Baseball
vintage card 1951 Bowman 1953 Topps 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle 1980-81 Topps
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1987-88 Fleer Basketball 1981-82 Topps
Upper Deck Exquisite Basketball
The 1982 Topps Football card set is a great one indeed. It contains rookie cards of hall of famers and star and hall of fame cards lead by a second year card of Joe Montana. There is still widespread availability of this set and it is recommended that collectors own this set, an unopened box or case, or some cards in the set. I myself have a couple of the cards from the set and some commons, but do not have a complete set. The cards, while a bit pricey, are still affordable in comparison with other sets and that is in large part due to the fact that the best rookie card in the set is Lawrence Taylor. He is a great rookie and is in the hall of fame, but he just does not have the same following as Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Dan Marino, John Elway or names like those. That being said, this set is jam packed with value.
I personally purchased a rack box a few years back of these cards and they were great to open. I got many of each of the rookie cards. The best rookies in the set are Lawrence Taylor, Ronnie Lott, Anthony Munoz, Cris Collinsworth (works in sports television now) and Matt Millen (the first three rookie cards are hall of famer inductees). Both Taylor and Lott also have in action cards as well, as does Joe Montana, making this an added incentive to open boxes of these cards. Also, the star cards include Joe Montana, (as previously mentioned it is his second year card) Walter Payton and Terry Bradshaw.
Per the Beckett Football Plus Price Guide in November/December 2006, here is a list of the rookie cards and their prices. Joe Montana and Art Monk have rookie cards in this set. Bold denotes a key rookie card in my opinion.
#100 Billy Sims $3.00
#150 Kellen Winslow $8.00
#173 Jim Haslett $2.00
#194 Art Monk $15.00
#216 Joe Montana $175.00
#316 Dan Hampton $3.00
#342 Mark Gastineau $1.00
#422 Dwight Clark $5.00
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